Cloud Monitoring provides Cloud Run performance monitoring, metrics, and uptime checks, along with alerts to send notifications when certain metric thresholds are exceeded. Google Cloud's operations suite pricing applies, which means there is no charge for metrics on the fully managed version of Cloud Run. Note that you can also use Cloud Monitoring custom metrics.
Cloud Run is automatically integrated with Cloud Monitoring with no setup or configuration required. This means that metrics of your Cloud Run services are captured automatically when they are running.
You can view metrics either in Cloud Monitoring or in the Cloud Run page in the console. Cloud Monitoring provides more charting and filtering options.
The monitoring resource name is Cloud Run Revision (
Viewing metrics in Cloud Run
To view metrics in Cloud Run:
Locate the service in the services list, and click on it.
Click the Metrics tab to show the metrics for that revision.
Viewing metrics in Cloud Monitoring
To view the metrics for a monitored resource by using Metrics Explorer, follow these steps:
- In the Google Cloud Console, go to the Monitoring page.
If you have never used Cloud Monitoring, then on your first access of Monitoring in the Google Cloud Console, a Workspace is automatically created and your project is associated with that Workspace. Otherwise, if your project isn't associated with a Workspace, then a dialog appears and you can either create a Workspace or add your project to an existing Workspace. We recommend that you create a Workspace. After you make your selection, click Add.
- In the Monitoring navigation pane, click Metrics Explorer.
- Ensure that Metric is the selected tab.
- In the Find resource type and metric field, select from the menu or enter the name for the resource and metric. Use the following information to complete the fields:
- To modify how the data is displayed, use the Filter, Group By, and Aggregator menus. For example, you can group by resource or metric labels. For more information, see Selecting metrics.
Adding Uptime checks
You can use Cloud Monitoring to keep track of your services' performance. For more information, see Verify availability of your service(uptime checks).
You can use Cloud Monitoring to send notification about certain
events, such as uptime check failures. For more information, see
Create and manage alerting policies for your service.